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From robert burrell donkin <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release RC10 As Commons Logging 1.1
Date Wed, 03 May 2006 20:01:13 GMT
On Tue, 2006-05-02 at 22:27 +1200, Simon Kitching wrote:
> Hi,
> To save people reading through below, my summary is:
> <summary>
> Some excellent proofreading here, and a number of doc/release-notes
> issues have been found by Dennis, as well as a case where we could use
> constants instead of inline strings, and one where we should technically
> be using a param value instead of a constant in a diagnostic message
> (though it doesn't matter in that case anyway).
> However I don't see anything here that I think is worth cancelling the
> RC10 vote for. A few items would be good to put up on the wiki under
> "1.1 release addendum".

an interesting one, this

the release process we use here in the commons (release candidates
rather than blessing a concrete distribution) means that there are
always changes between the final release candidate and the release
distributed. the question is what changes are acceptable and which
necessitate another VOTE. 

we already have changes to the documentation and some to the code
formatting committed. more changes (as outlined by dennis) shouldn't
really effect the result: either no changes above the minimum version
changes are acceptable or cosmetic and documentation ones are.

it feels like a long, long we've travelled. after all this effort, i
think one final push is worth it. given the fact that the changes are
cosmetic and documentation, i think i'll cut one more candidate tomorrow
but propose a short length for the vote. 

- robert

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